In case of fire.
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Demonstrates that lessons learned from fire drills can save lives in fire emergencies at school, at home, and at a crowded theatre. Shows a well-organized fire drill in progress, and dramatizes several true-to-life situations in which the most effective safety procedures and the most modern equipment is used to combat fire in each of the three situations--home, shcool, and public building
Shows a well - organized fire drill in progress. Dramatizes three actual situations - - home, school and public building - - where effective safety procedures and modern equipment are used to combat fire.
- 2015-02-20 01:04:47
- Real. Life. Firemen know about fire. What do you. Do you know what to do is you work hard in the fire. Exits on. The. Backside. That's right that's another fire. Drill. Yes it's only a fire drill. But the lessons you learn from fire drills can be the most important lessons you ever learned because someday somewhere they may save your life. Now what did you learn to do in case of fire. Don't shout Fire. Remember to stay calm. Keep. Calm and remember the things you have learned. That's the most important thing to do in case of the. If you have a job doing. Just the same way as you would if it were only a fire drill. If the the way to get out. What do you do. You stay calm and remember that there is another stairway at the other end of the building. And you go there at a calm last walk. If every one million especially everyone gets out. The thanks. There's one class still in the building. The door to the hall is hot door means of there are flames and dangerous hot gases on the other side. If the door is hot to the touch keep it closed. Rescue will probably come from the windows. It takes planes a long time to burn through a strong door. It's better to stay in the room and wait for rescue than to rush out into the flames and hot gas. Remember smoke and heat rises stay down the room will be coolest close to the floor. Wrapping something around your head. Helps to protect you from the smoke and heat. Now it's really important to stay calm. Remember that help is coming. It's up to you to stay as safe as you can under lead does come. The for. One of the time. Stay calm it's helped you so far. Much of. The of. Everyone is out of the building and safe but they wouldn't have then everyone hadn't learned during fire drills what to do in a real fire. Hose. The things you learn in fire drills are just as important in other places besides your school home. This ship was blown off course. Nothing but knowing me. Happened is less money. To the mom we have the command this pilgrimage given us by God and he be a stranger. Anonymous Boston Common. There are two things that can happen if fire should break out in a theater. This is one thing that can happen this is hand. And everyone rushes nobody gets out fast. But panic happens when people don't know what to do you know better. Your fire drills in school have talk to you what to do. Everyone has learned of sometimes what to do in case of a fire. The the. Important thing is to remember what you've learned and stay calm enough to do it defier should break out. If. You show me why the secrecy all Republic to worship in this. Ladies and gentlemen please leave the theater by the nearest exit. Please walk to the nearest exit. You located the nearest exit when you sat down. Go out the closest way not the long way you came in. Wherever a fire breaks out. Remember the things you have learned about fire safety and do them. The. You. Yes. Ricky right. Now is the time to remember what you have learned. Here. If the door is hot don't open up this may be on the other side. Too far to jump. For. Your own don't open your door and close the window. Oh I'll be out in just a minute. The first. Help scumming. Remember the things you have learned. Closing the window slows down the smoke and fire from coming into your room leaving it open the crack gives you a are debris. Covering your head and keeping low helps protect you from the heat and smoke. The air the THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK THE AMERICAN to your right thanks said go. I'll be down. That's what your staff said to go. Thanks to. The thanks so much. The food. The food. The food and. Drink it. The AI. Thank you I am the all. The firemen I'll get him out I'm sure I'll be alright. Thanks. Member What you have learned. Don't go back into a burning building. You'll hurt yourself and others who must try to rescue you. Do. You. Not. If you would open your door while the fire was burning your room would have been like this. It had. Now there's time to laugh now. Everything will be all right but everything might have been all right if you haven't remembered the right things to do in case of fire. The rat.
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A lovely Dutch colonial goes up in flames. Yuck.
Good film. Except for a smoke alarm instead of a German Shepard, the same holds today.
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